I have to say the Crosman 1322 is a blast to shoot and looks great. Its quiet enough to not bug my neighbors but has plenty of punch to take care of pests. I have just finished my first 500 tin of Crosman Premier Hollow Points, and already have a replacement. That ammo paired with this gun, I can easily have quarter size groupings from 20-25 yrds. The gun is very accurate and fun to target shoot with. I added a flashlight for night time pest shooting, which has worked wonders. I am using an offset mount with a CREE flashlight powered by a 14500 3.7v battery. The output is amazing for such a small light.
Quick Target Shooting Vid and plans future mods…
In the video I shoot through 2 full pop cans in one shot from about 15 yrds away. At 15 pumps the gun easily blows through both cans and tosses the 2nd can on top of the rear can. With the longer barrel and muzzle brake the gun packs a relatively quiet but solid punch.
My only other future mods for this gun at this point are a flat top piston and valve combo, maybe a 24″ barrel. I got the 14″ trying to keep the gun small in size, however the carbine makes the gun much more fun and accurate. Because of that and the fact the longer the barrel the quieter the gun, the 24″ is looking like a good fit.
- Crosman Steel Breech Kit
- Crosman 14.5″ Barrel
- Crosman 1399 Stock
- Crosman Forearm
- Lighter Trigger Spring
- 2 x Picatanny to 11mm rail adapters
- Nc Star 1 x 42 Red Dot
- Flashlight adapter
- 5w CREE Flashlight
- Muzzle Mack Brake